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Just because someone runs marathons doesn’t mean they aren’t sitting all day. On workdays, people who run marathons and half-marathons sit for an average of nearly 11 hours! That, of course, raises their risk of heart disease. So get up and move throughout the day – even if you’re sore from your last marathon or morning run.